Just six months after joining Uber as its president and the head of the company’s ridesharing business, Jeff Jones has thrown in the towel, citing differences in the approach to leadership there. Jones joined Uber in the fall after a five-year stint at Target as the retail giant’s CMO. He replaced board member Ryan Graves, who’s currently in charge of the UberEverything delivery division. CEO Travis Kalanick noted that the two met after he delivered a TED talk in February and was keen on having someone experienced join the company as it worked to “build a global brand infused in…

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